POLICIES AND PROCEDURES | College Operations

Click on the policies below to learn more about each one.

 

  • Policy 1100 - Emergency Cessation of Operations

    The President or his/her designee has the authority to temporarily cease the operation of the College or any campus and/or instructional location.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1101 - Policies/Procedure

    Procedure 2101 - Policies/Procedures

     

    The President, as authorized by the Board of Trustees, shall have the authority for final approval of all operational policies and procedures and shall establish guidelines through which new policies/procedures may be presented for consideration.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1102 - Institutional Focus and Direction

    Procedure 2102 - Institutional Planning and Effectiveness

     

    The President or his/her designee has the authority to establish institutional focus and direction with respect to accreditation, continuous quality improvement, planning and the establishment of institutional goals.

     

    (Approved by President on 1/19/10)

  • Policy 1105 - College Closing

    Procedure 2100 - College Closing – Inclement Weather

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to close the College at all locations for inclement weather or other reasons as determined by the President or his/her designee.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1106 - College Communications

    Procedure 2105 - College Response to Media Requests

    Procedure 2105A - Public Relations-Use of Photos/Video in Print and Electronic Media

    Procedure 2108 – Social Media

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to establish procedures for internal/external dissemination of College information.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1107 - Contracts and Other Institutional Commitments

    Procedure 2107 – Partnership Relations

    Procedure 2109 – Contracts, Agreements, MOU

     

    The President and/or his/her designee are the only persons authorized to sign contracts or make similar commitments, such as partnership relations, on behalf of the College. Commitments made by unauthorized employees may become their personal obligation and may subject them to disciplinary action.

     

    (Approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1108 - College Logos and Other Representations

    Procedure 2106 - College Logos and Other Representations

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to establish procedures for the use of the College's official logo, its Cougar mascot and other representations of the College and its programs.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1109 - Phone and Mail Systems

    Procedure 2110 – Phone and Mail Systems

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to establish procedures for the use of the College's phone and mail systems.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1110 - Use of Computers/College Computing and Information Systems

    Procedure 2111 – Use of Computers/College Computing and Information Systems

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to establish procedures for the use of the College's computers and College computing and information systems.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1111 - Information Technology Purchases and Projects

    Procedure 2112 – IT Purchases and Projects

    Procedure 2113 – Information Services Data Backup

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to establish procedures for Information Technology purchases, projects and other initiatives.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1115 - Professional Liability Protection

    The President or his/her designee shall provide professional liability insurance to protect the Board of Trustees, the College, and the College's employees with regard to the actions performed within the line of their duties and job functions. The protection afforded shall be limited to the terms of the insurance policy.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1120 - Tuition Scholarships

    Procedure 2115 –Tuition Scholarships

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to provide tuition scholarships to eligible employees, qualifying Trustees, and eligible dependents as set out in established procedure.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 11/22/10; Effective 7/1/11)

  • Policy 1125 - Equal Employment Opportunity, Equal Education Opportunity and Affirmative Action

    Procedure 2121 – Compliance Officer

    Procedure 2123 - Title IV Student Aid Fraud

     

    To provide equal employment, advancement and learning opportunities to all individuals, employment and student admission decisions at Barton will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. Barton County Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age or any characteristic protected by law in all aspects of employment and admission in its education programs or activities. Any person having inquiries concerning Barton County Community College’s non-discrimination compliance policy, including the application of Equal Opportunity Employment, Titles IV, VI, VII, IX, Section 504 and the implementing regulations, is directed to contact the College’s Compliance Officer, Barton County Community College, Room A-123, Great Bend, Kansas 67530 (620) 792-9234. Any person may also contact the Director, Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Washington, DC 20201.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 12/16/13)

  • Policy 1126 - Drug Free Environment

    The College is committed to protecting the safety, health and wellbeing of all employees, students and visitors in the educational and work environment. We recognize that alcohol abuse and drug use pose a significant threat to our goals. Therefore, we have established a drug-free program that balances our respect for individuals with the need to maintain an alcohol and drug-free environment.

     

    Prohibited Behavior

    In compliance with the Federal Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988 (Public Law 100-690) and the Drug Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989 (Public Law 101-226), the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of a controlled substance or abuse of alcohol (as defined in these Acts) by a student, employee or visitor on college property and/or at a college event or activity is prohibited unless its use is in accordance with Policy 1220-Service of Alcoholic Beverages for Special Events.

     

    Health Risks

    The consumption of alcohol and drugs of any level may have serious risks, such as altered mood (anxiety, apathy, paranoia, psychosis); altered behavior (impaired coordination); sleep disorders, addiction, altered breathing and heart rate; communication of infectious disease; distorted senses; unconsciousness leading to coma; and permanent damage to the liver, heart and central nervous system leading to death. For more information, consult your physician, or your local or College library.

     

    Assistance

    The College recognizes that alcohol and drug abuse and addiction are treatable illnesses. We also realize that early intervention and support improve the success of rehabilitation. To support our employees and students, our drug-free policy:

     

    • Encourages employees and students to utilize the services of qualified professionals in the community to assess the seriousness of suspected drug or alcohol problems and identify appropriate sources of help.

     

    • Allows employees the use of eligible accrued leave while seeking treatment for alcohol and other drug problems.

     

    Treatment for alcoholism and/or other drug use disorders may be covered under employee and student health plans. However, the ultimate financial responsibility for recommended treatment belongs to the employee or student.

     

    Confidentiality

    All information received by the College through the drug-free program is confidential communication. Access to this information is limited to those who have a legitimate need to know in compliance with relevant laws and College policies.

     

    Attendance/Employment Conditions/Legal Sanctions

    Students, employees, and visitors must abide by the terms of this policy or be subject to disciplinary action up to and including expulsion, termination of employment or other legal sanctions as may be provided in the Student Code of Conduct Procedure, the Employee Conduct and Discipline procedure, and/or through criminal prosecution.

     

       • Students receiving performance awards or athletic scholarships shall be subject to random drug testing in order to assure     compliance with these Acts and College policy.

     

       • The College reserves the right to test employees for a controlled substance or abuse of alcohol with reasonable suspicion of cause to assure compliance with these Acts and College policy.

     

       • Employees must notify the College of any criminal drug statute conviction for a violation occurring in the workplace no later than five (5) days after such conviction. Such notice shall be provided in writing by the employee to the Director of Human Resources.

     

    College Requirements

    1. When appropriate, notify any granting agency within ten (10) days of receiving notice of any employee criminal drug statute conviction.

     

    2. Take appropriate personnel action within 30 days of receiving notice of a violation of College policy or criminal drug statute conviction, including but not limited to;

     

     o Referral for prosecution and employment termination.

     o Referral of employee to a Counseling/Rehabilitation Program;

     o Require convicted employee to participate satisfactorily in drug abuse assistance or rehabilitation program approved for such purposes by a federal, state, or local health, law enforcement, or other appropriate agency.

     

    3. Make a good faith effort to continue to maintain a drug-free environment, including policy statement distribution and education.

     

    4. Maintain a procedure to annually distribute a statement of compliance to all students and employees and conduct a biennial review of this procedure.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 5/7/07)

     

    Minor revision 10/24/13

     

  • Policy 1127 - Freedom of Information

    Procedure  2120 – Freedom of Information

     

    The Director of Public Relations and Marketing is the Freedom of Information Officer for the College and all requests regarding information that is covered under the Freedom of Information Act are to be referred to the Director or his/her designee.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 11/18/08)

     

    Minor revision 5/16/14

  • Policy 1129 - Worker's Compensation and General Liability Insurance

    The College provides Worker's Compensation Insurance for all employees as required by law. The College also purchases general liability insurance for incidents/accidents involving students and visitors.

     

    In the event of an incident (an occurrence not resulting in immediate medical attention) or an accident requiring immediate medical attention involving students, employees, or visitors to College premises, an Incident/Accident Report Form should be completed within twenty-four (24) hours and returned to the appropriate College official as specified on the form. Incident/Accident Report Forms may be obtained through the College's Office of Human Resources, Health Services, Business Office, or Campus Safety.

     

    The College shall have the right to conduct tests for drugs or alcohol on employees who are involved in an accident occurring during a time when the employee is working for the College.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 3/9/10)

  • Policy 1131 - Personal Relationships

    The College prohibits dating, sexual or intimate relationships between employees who can exercise power or control over another employee, students and/or student employees, unless they are legally married. College employees who do not adhere to this policy are subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination.

     

    Personal Relationships Guidelines

    Employees who are aware of employee/employee or employee/student relationships that are in violation of this policy must notify Human Resources immediately.

     

    Employee/Employee Relationships

    Unless they are legally married, a dating, intimate, or sexual relationship between a college employee who can exercise power or control over the other employee is prohibited. People in positions of authority who abuse or appear to abuse their power cause severe damage to the college.

     

    Employee/Student Relationships

    Unless legally married, dating, intimate or sexual relationships between a student and any college employee who can exercise power or control over that student is prohibited. Many employees of the college exercise various types of control or power over students. This power can be in the form of praise, criticism, disciplinary action and evaluation, financial aid, playing time for athletes, recommendations for employment or further education, or bestowing any other benefit on them. Such relationships, even though apparently consensual, create inherent conflicts of interest, tend to be exploitive in nature, and call into question the judgment and professionalism of the college employee. These relationships greatly increase the chances that the employee in the position of power will abuse that power or appear to abuse it to exploit the student or favor that student, unfairly placing other students at a disadvantage.

     

    (Approved by President on 10/27/08)

  • Policy 1132 - Civil Rights Equity Resolution for all Students, Employees, Guests, and Visitors

     

    Please Note: To read entire policy, please click here.

    Use and adaptation of this model with citation to the NCHERM GROUP/ATIXA is permitted through a license to: Barton Community College ALL OTHER RIGHTS RESERVED. ©2013. THE NCHERM GROUP, LLC/ATIXA

     

    POLICY AND PROCEDURES: Equal Opportunity, Harassment and Nondiscrimination

     

    Barton Community College (College, Barton) affirms its commitment to promoting the goals of fairness and equity in all aspects of the educational enterprise. All policies below are subject to resolution using the College’s Equity Grievance Process, as detailed below. The Equity Grievance Process is applicable regardless of the status of the parties involved, who may be members or non-members of the campus community, students, student organizations, faculty, administrators and/or staff. The College reserves the right to act on incidents occurring on-campus or off-campus when the off-campus conduct could have an on-campus impact or impact on the educational mission of the College. The College will distribute/post this policy annually to campus, prospective students, their parents, and prospective employees.

     

    Chreyl Brown serves as the Title IX Coordinator and oversees implementation of the College’s policy on equal opportunity, harassment, and nondiscrimination. Reports of discrimination, harassment and/or retaliation should be made to the Title IX Coordinator or deputy/deputies, promptly. However, there is no time limitation for the filing of complaints, as long as the accused individual remains subject to the College’s jurisdiction. The College acts promptly on all reports, and every effort is made to preserve the privacy of reports. Anonymous reports may also be filed online, using the reporting form posted at http://bartonccc.edu/campussafety/file-a-report. Reporting is addressed more specifically on p. 14, Section 8, Confidentiality and Reporting of Offenses under this Policy. Reports of discrimination by the Title IX Coordinator should be reported to the College President, 620-792-9301.

     

    This policy applies to behaviors that take place on the campus, at College-sponsored events and may also apply off-campus and to actions online when the Title IX Coordinator determines that the off-campus conduct affects a substantial College interest. A substantial College interest is defined to include:

     

         • Any action that constitutes criminal offense as defined by federal or Kansas state law. These

          offenses include, but are not limited to, single or repeat violations of any local, state or federal

          law committed in

          the municipality where the College is located;

         • Any situation where it appears that the accused individual may present a danger or threat to

          the health or safety of self or others;

         • Any situation that significantly impinges upon the rights, property or achievements of self or

          others or significantly breaches the peace and/or causes social disorder; and/or

         • Any situation that is detrimental to the educational interests of the College.

     

    Any online postings or other electronic communication by students, including cyber-bullying, cyber-stalking, cyber-harassment, etc. occurring completely outside of the College’s control (e.g. not on Barton Community College networks, websites or between college email accounts) will only be subject to this policy when those online behaviors can be shown to cause a substantial on-campus disruption. Otherwise, such communications are considered speech protected by the 1st Amendment.

     

    Off-campus discriminatory or harassing speech by employees may be regulated by the College when such speech impacts an employee’s official or work-related capacity outside of work.

     

  • Policy 1140 - Solicitation of Employees/Students

    Procedure 2125 – Solicitation of Employees/Students

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to establish internal and external guidelines for solicitation of employees and students.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1145 - Purchasing

    Procedure 2130 – Requisitions

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to establish purchasing procedures.

     

    (Revised and approved by President on 10/8/07)

  • Policy 1150 - College Events

    Procedure 2140 – Camps/Leagues

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to establish procedures for College events.

     

    (Approved by President on 9/17/07)

  • Policy 1155 - Fund Raising and Gift Solicitation

    Procedure 2145 – Fund Raising and Gift Solicitation

    Procedure 2146 – Gifts, Gratuities, and Unrelated Compensation

     

    The President or his/her designee is authorized to establish procedures for fund raising and gift solicitation on behalf of the College.

     

    (Approved by President on 9/17/07)

  • Policy 1160 - Weapons

    In order to promote a safe and secure campus and learning environment, Barton Community College prohibits the possession or use of Weapons1 on Campus and at Off-Campus Activities, other than as set forth below.


    Concealed Carry:

    In accordance with the Kansas Personal and Family Protection Act, K.S.A 75-7c01, and other applicable federal/state laws, it is permissible and will not be a violation of the Policy for the:

        I. carrying of a concealed Handgun2  on Campus by legally qualified individuals, pursuant to Kansas

           Law, and also in accordance with the Concealed Carry Restrictions set forth below,

        II. lawful carrying of a concealed Handgun by an employee performing College duties at an off-
           campus activity, when in accordance with applicable laws/polices for such location,

       III. lawful possession of a Handgun within a personal/non-College vehicle,

       IV. lawful possession of Weapons:

               a. by law enforcement officers while acting within the scope of the employment

               b. by military personnel who must carry a firearm as a part of their commission

               c. as necessary for the conduct of College approved programs and activities.

               d. by college employees that have been issued handguns as part of their job duties.

     

    Open Carry Prohibited:

    Except as otherwise specifically provided in the Policy Statement above, open carry of any firearm anywhere on Barton’s Campus is prohibited. Each entrance to each building shall be conspicuously posted with appropriate signs indicating that openly carrying a firearm into that building is prohibited.

     

    Concealed Carry Restrictions:

    Concealed Carry:  Each individual who lawfully possesses a Handgun on Campus shall be wholly and solely responsible for carrying, storing, and using that Handgun in a safe manner and in accordance with the law and this Policy.  Individuals who carry a Handgun on Campus must carry it concealed on or about their person at all times.  “Concealed” means completely hidden from view and does not reveal the Handgun in any way, shape, or form.  “About” the person means that and individual may carry a Handgun if it can be carried securely in a suitable carrier, such as a backpack, purse, handbag, or other personal carrier designed and intended for the carrying of an individual’s personal items.  The Carrier must at all times remain within the exclusive and uninterrupted control of the individual.  This includes wearing the carrier with one or more straps, consistent with the carrier’s design, carrying or holding the carrier, or setting the carrier next to or within the immediate reach and control of the individual.  Except in those instances where necessary for self-defense or transferring to safe storage and except as otherwise provided in this policy, it shall be a violation of this policy to openly display any handgun while on campus.

     

    Restriction Pursuant to Kansas Law:   Kansas Law states that the only type of firearm that an individual can carry while concealed is a Handgun as defined above.  The following restrictions applicable to all firearms specifically apply to the concealed carrying of a Handgun under Kansas law and this Policy, and the violation of any of the following restrictions is a crime under Kansas law and a violation of this Policy:

     

        • An individual in possession of a concealed firearm must be at least 21 years of age [K.S.A. 21-6302
          (a)(4)];

        • A firearm cannot be carried by an individual:

               o under the influence of alcohol or drugs to a degree as to render the individual unable to safely
                  operate the firearm (K.S.A. 21-6332),

               o who is addicted to and an unlawful user of a controlled substance [K.S.A. 21-6301 (a)(10)],

               o who is or has been a mentally ill person subject to involuntary commitment [K.S.A. 21-6301 (a)
                  (13)],

              o with an alcohol or substance abuse problem subject to involuntary commitment [K.S.A.
                 21-6301 (a)(13)],

              o who had been convicted of a felony crime (K.S.A. 21-6304);

        • An automatic firearm cannot be carried [K.S.A. 21-6301 (a)(5)];

        • A cartridge which can be fired by a Handgun and which has a plastic-coated bullet with a core of
          less than 60% lead by weight is illegal [K.S.A. 21-6301 (a)(6)];

        • Suppressors and silencers cannot be used with a firearm [K.S.A. 21-6301 (a)(4)]; and

        • Criminal discharge of a firearm is reckless and unauthorized discharge of any firearm at any person,
           or at a dwelling, or at a structure or vehicle, except in self-defense [K.S.A. 21-6308, 6308a];

     

    Location Restrictions: Certain Campus buildings and/or Public Areas3  within the Campus may be permanently or temporarily designated to prohibit concealed Handguns with the installation or use of Adequate Security Measures.  Appropriate notification will be given and posted in the event that an area of the campus has been designated to permanently or temporarily prohibit concealed Handguns.

     

    Facilities which are leased/occupied by Barton fall under this policy unless the facility owner has lawfully excluded or permit Handguns from their facility.  Facilities such as Federal military installations, correctional facilities, etc. may have policies and procedures exclusive to those facilities.  Individuals are expected to comply with the policies imposed by the location.  The possession/transportation of a handgun in college owned vehicles is prohibited (with exception to Concealed Carry section IV).

     

    Safety Requirements: To reduce the risk of accidental discharge on Campus, when carrying a concealed Handgun on Campus (whether on the person or in a carrier), the concealed Handgun is to be secured in a holster that completely covers the trigger and the entire trigger guard area and that secures an external hammer in an un-cocked position through the use of a strap or by other means.  The holster is to have sufficient tension or grip on the handgun to retain it in the holster even when subjected to unexpected jostling.  Handguns with an external safety are to be carried with the safety in the “on” position.  Semiautomatic handguns are to be carried without a chambered round of ammunition and revolvers with a hammer resting on an empty cylinder.

     

    Storage:  Handgun storage is not provided by Barton Community College.  Handguns that are not in the individual’s exclusive and uninterrupted control may store a Handgun in:


        • The individual’s vehicle when the vehicle is locked and the Handgun is secured in a location within
           the vehicle that is not visible from outside the vehicle.

        • A dorm room or office in a secure, locked, storage device that conceals the gun from view.  Such   
          storage devices shall be provided by the individual who possesses the handgun and must meet
          minimum industry standards for safe-keeping of handguns.  These storage devices must be secured
          to a fixed object in the room with a cable locking device.

     

    Specifically, it is prohibited for any individual to store a Handgun:


        • in a vehicle that is unlocked or when the Handgun is visible from outside the vehicle,

        • in a college owned vehicle,

        • in an individual’s assigned office or dorm room when not locked in a secured storage device
          (meeting minimum industry standards for safe-keeping of handguns),

        • in a classroom or any other campus facility,

        • in an unattended backpack/carrier,

        • in any type of locker, desk, closet, etc. not intended for handgun storage or,

        • in any other location and under any circumstances except as specifically permitted by this policy
          and by state and federal law.

     

    Training:

    Individuals are encouraged to obtain training in the proper handling of concealed Handguns.  Concealed carry classes are available locally.  The lawful carrying of a concealed Handgun has its own risks.

     

    Violation of Policy:

    Any person violating this policy may be subject to appropriate disciplinary action, including but not limited to suspension, termination, expulsion, immediate removal from the campus, and/or campus housing, and/or arrest. This includes the accidental or unintended discharge of a firearm in violation of K.S.A. 21-6308.

     

    Notice:

    Any report of Weapons being openly displayed on Barton’s campus will be responded to by the Campus Safety Department and the Barton County Sheriff’s office.  The lawful carrying of a concealed Handgun should not create concerns on campus; however, anything other than the lawful carrying of a concealed Handgun has the potential to create confusion and additional risks and will be responded to by Campus Safety and the Barton County Sheriff’s office.

     

    It is the responsibility of the individual choosing to Concealed carry to be aware of both Federal and individual state laws regarding the concealed carry of weapons into other jurisdictions that they may travel to.  There are significant differences in laws between Kansas and other jurisdictions.

     

    Reporting:

    Individuals should report violations of this Policy to the Campus Safety Department

     

        • Call extension 217

        • Anonymous reporting can be sent via the Barton Guardian app

        • Email Campus Safety

     

    Emergency reports concerning threats or violence on campus should call 911 and Campus Safety at extension 217.

    Approved by: President

    Date: 6/27/13

    Revision(s): 6/26/17 (Effective 7/1/17)

     

    1“Weapon” means weapon described in K.S.A. 21-6301, as further defined under K.S.A. 75-7c20; however, for purposes of this Policy, includes knives more than 4 inches in length.

    2“Handgun” is defined as a “firearm. Pursuant to K.S.A. 75-7c02, with cross-reference to K.S.A. 75-7b01.  Specifically, under K.S.A 75-7b01, it is: (1) a pistol or revolver which is designed to be fired by the use of a single hand and which is designed to fire or capable of firing fixed cartridge ammunition; or (2) any other weapon which will or is designed to expel a projectile by the action of an explosive and which is designed to be fired by the use of a single hand.

    3“Public Areas” is defined at K.S.A. 75-7c20

  • Policy 1165 - Conflict of Interest

    Procedure 2165 – Conflict of Interest

     

    The Board of Trustees, administrators, faculty, and staff at Barton Community College recognize a shared responsibility to protect the integrity of the institution and to conduct business according to the highest legal and ethical standards. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the President to ensure that the College, its Board members, and employees adhere to standards and principles that are legal, ethical, and morally correct and avoid actual, potential, or perceived conflicts of interest.

     

    (Approved by President on 6/1/15)

  • Policy 1166 - Copyright Law

    Procedure 2150 - Use of Copyright Materials

     

    It is the intent of Barton County Community College to support academic freedom while complying with all applicable copyright laws (U.S. Copyright Law of 1976) and provisions thereof, including those pertaining to Fair Use, TEACH (Technology, Education and Copyright Harmonization) Act, and the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act).

     

    Barton County Community College will comply with the requirements of the TEACH Act by the following:

                 1. Barton County Community College is an accredited nonprofit institution.

                 2. Barton County Community College has a copyright policy for students, educators, and staff in

                     place.

                 3. The college will provide informational materials regarding copyright law.

                 4. Notice to students about copyright implications of course materials will be provided

                     electronically (course shell) and/or print (on materials distributed in class).

                 5. Content is to be available to enrolled students for that specific course.

     

    Barton employees may temporarily copy or digitize legally acquired materials for face-to-face- or online instruction as long as the material is not otherwise available for purchase or licensing as a multi-user as instructional tool such as a textbook, workbook, electronic module, software or course packet.

     

    Barton students meeting the threshold of Barton’s Copyright Law Policy are reminded they still need to adhere to Barton’s Academic Integrity Policy and Procedure for attribution of materials through citation. Violation of U.S. Copyright Law is defined as a criminal offense (See #10) in procedure 2611 - Student Code of Conduct.

     

    (Approved by President on 10/31/16)

  • Policy 1170 - College Record Retention

    Procedure 2170 – Record Retention

     

    The President or his/her designee has the authority to establish procedures for college record retention.

     

    (Approved by President on 9/28/15)

CONTACT

Barton Community College

245 NE 30 Road

Great Bend, KS 67530

(800) 748-7894 • (620) 792-2701